The Diamond Dyes Company was the leading dye company in the late 1800’s-early 1900’s. The companies products were sold at old general stores throughout the United States, and they were sold in wood stand up cabinets like the one shown. The company produced cabinets with many styles of tin inserts, all depicting various colorful scenes…Details
Featured is a spectacular outdoor reverse on glass hanging trade sign from C.W. Fifield, a local optometry professional. This ROG sign illustrates a large blue hued eyeball with big bushy eyebrows right above. Early trade signs signifying an occupation of a local professional are always one of the most coveted types of signs in the antique advertising field.